With winter officially over, markets are projecting a strong spring buying season
With the economy finally strong enough for the Fed to pursue its policy of steady interest-rate increases, Freddie Mac predicts that mortgage rates will keep heading upward
Findings from the latest American Housing survey, include falling monthly housing costs, increased rental housing, shrinking lots and cockroaches love the south.
It's no surprise that the slowing global economy is impacting the stock market, but now concerns about Ebola are playing a factor in the current market turmoil.
Regulators are expected to finalize a looser set of standards for mortgages next week.
Stock market selloffs, fears that Europe’s faltering economy will create drag for the rest of the world and perhaps even Ebola helped drive down mortgage rates to their lowest levels in 16 months.
International home buyers fill a void left by Americans facing borrowing hurdles.
Yesterday's massive selling in US stocks has hit European and Asian markets, which are both weaker this morning, and export prices are down further than projected. This and more in today's rate snapshot